Today in the roundup: The DSO wraps its tour, Fort Worth’s “most democratic institution” and words with Jim Gaffigan.
The winner of nine Tony Awards kicks off the upcoming season in August.
Today in the roundup: Dispatches from the DSO, plans for Main St. Fort Worth Arts Fest, plus the local museums that popped up in The New York Times’ special museum section.
We put the question to Scott Cantrell, the Dallas Morning News’ music critic, who’s been trekking around Austria and Germany covering the Dallas Symphony.
The Van Cliburn Foundation gets a new president and CEO, just in time for the Cliburn Competition.
You can see Horton, the Grinch, the Lorax, that lazy Mayzie and other Seuss characters if you win this Big Deal.
Blues lovers will be able to put on their shades and head on over to the Granada to see Tommy Castro and his band for free – if you win this Big Deal.
Take a look back at the bands that performed on the Public Radio Rocks day stage last week at SXSW.
The DSO is on tour in Europe — perhaps you’ve heard? — and KERA’s Bill Zeeble caught up with them in Vienna over the weekend. But the Austrians weren’t as welcoming as the Dutch were …
Who needs a playing partner when you can handle both parts yourself? The guy playing here, Mark Kroos, performs at Opening Bell Coffee on Friday.